Charisse Dengler talks with Kieran Shanahan, a principal of Shanahan Law Group, about his career. Shanahan discusses what made him want to become an attorney, the five years he spent as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Criminal Division, and the terms he spent on the Raleigh City Council. In addition to his past experiences, Shanahan talks about his current job at the Shanahan Law Group, which he started in 2001. He goes over what he likes the most and what he dislikes the most about his current position.
Shanahan, who is the president and founder of the North Carolina Property Rights Coalition, also talks about the coalition and its goals. The coalition, which is dedicated to advancing the rights and interests of property owners in North Carolina, is heavily involved in monitoring eminent domain issues, and Shanahan is proud to be a part of it.
In conclusion, Shanahan shares his advice with law students, urging them to become well-rounded, educated problem solvers.